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The Best Time To Change Radiators

5 September 2019

Best time of the year to replace radiators - Summer!The ideal time to change your radiators may not be as obvious as you think. Some turn to the logical idea of when their radiator makes unusual sounds and breaks down. But others pursue the idea of the summertime and plan ahead.

In this blog, we discuss the top reasons as to why you should follow this advice and plan ahead when it comes to your radiator - choose summer!

Engineers - now available!

Have you ever experienced a radiator breakdown in the winter? Minutes feel like hours without any heat and things can turn quite bitter quickly. This season is the most popular for engineers to be called out, resulting in long waits and higher fees.

But, you have another option. You have Summer to guide you.

In the summer, as you may expect, engineers have more free time which is a golden opportunity to take advantage of. So, contact specialists you can trust and book an appointment - just don't spread the news around and keep this top tip a secret!

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Pros and Cons of a Vertical Radiator

2 August 2019

HB Signature Typhon White Radiator

Though it’s nice and warm outside for now, soon the first stirrings of autumn will begin and it’ll be time to enjoying getting cosy in our homes. This is the perfect time of year to look at making any changes to your heating system. For anyone getting a radiator in 2019, the big question is whether to stick to a traditional, horizontal design or branch out and consider a vertical one.

At the Heating Boutique, we have different colours, styles and shapes, and are happy to talk to you about the benefits of each, and how they can fit into your ideal home.

Vertical Radiators

These are traditional and are based on the Victorian style, running across the wall. Though there is a lot of variation such as single panel options, as a general rule vertical designs have fewer pipes, they are much longer, going up the wall, rather than along it.

The upright shape tends to fit in well in more modern settings, but it’s worth exploring the different sizes, styles and finishes that might suit even a more traditional setting. A white or black radiator is usually seen as slim and minimalistic.

Top Tip:

When you are browsing our designer radiators online you have the option to select categories such as ‘horizontal’ or ‘vertical’.

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